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Biochemistry of Parasites

Proceedings of Statellite Conference of the 13th Annual Meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies

by Gerald M. Slutzky

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Published by Pergamon Pr .
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Biochemistry of Parasites, Second Edition presents the biochemical aspects of parasitology. The topics covered in the book include inorganic substances; carbohydrate relationships of parasites; parasitic metabolism of carbohydrates and transport mechanisms; distribution of lipids in the bodies of parasites; and disturbances in the host's protein metabolism during parasitic Edition: 2.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Parasites presents an up-to-date account of this modern scientific discipline in a manner that allows and encourages the reader to place the biochemistry and molecular biology of these organisms in their biological context.

The chapters are cross-referenced and grouped in an arrangement that provides a fully integrated whole, and permits the reader to create a composite of the biochemical 4/5(1). Biochemistry of Parasites, Second Edition presents the biochemical aspects of parasitology.

The topics covered in the book include inorganic substances; carbohydrate relationships of parasites; parasitic metabolism of carbohydrates and transport mechanisms; distribution of lipids in the bodies of parasites; and disturbances in the host's protein metabolism during parasitic infections.

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Buy The Biochemistry of Parasites: Proceedings of the Satellite Conference of the 13th Meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) Held in Jerusalem, August on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. The Biochemistry of Parasites documents the proceedings of the Satellite Conference of the 13th Meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) held in Jerusalem, August The conference presented the opportunity to summarize work done by parasite biochemists and introduce this field to workers in classical biochemistry.

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The Biochemistry of Parasites documents the proceedings of the Satellite Conference of the 13th Meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) held in Jerusalem, August The conference presented the opportunity to summarize work done by parasite biochemists and introduce this field to workers in classical Book Edition: 1.

Scientists, particularly physiologists and biochemists, will find this book an invaluable source of information on parasite physiology and biochemistry.

Show less Comparative Biochemistry of Parasites contains the proceedings of an international symposium organized by the Janssen Research Foundation and held at Janssen Pharmaceutica in Belgium on September  The reader is then introduced to the biochemistry of carbohydrates in nematodes and cestodes; neurotransmitters in trematodes; pharmacological aspects and biochemical effects of tetramisole; the mechanism of action of berenil (Diminazene) and related compounds; and dihydrofolate reductases in parasitic protozoa and Edition: 1.

Book: Biochemistry of parasites. 2nd Edition. + pp. Abstract: As a result of the rate of development of the subject, the second edition of this book has been almost entirely rewritten and the tables, a valuable feature, have been brought up to by: 6.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Parasites presents an up-to-date account of this modern scientific discipline in a manner that allows and encourages the reader to place the biochemistry and molecular biology of these organisms in their biological context.

The chapters are cross-referenced and grouped in an arrangement that provides a. The book is written for the undergraduate who has no previous experience of parasitology and little background in either biochemistry or physiology. It is not a long book, and students will have to consult some of the more detailed textbooks in parasitology and physiology to gain a full understanding of the topics considered Size: 4MB.

Description: Biochemistry of Parasites, Second Edition presents the biochemical aspects of parasitology. The topics covered in the book include inorganic substances; carbohydrate relationships of parasites; parasitic metabolism of carbohydrates and transport mechanisms; distribution of lipids in the bodies of parasites; and disturbances in the host's protein metabolism during parasitic infections.

72 BIOCHEMISTRY OF MALARIA PARASITE. II the red cells and partially disrupted the parasites also. Therefore, the hemolysate contained the glycolytic enzymes from both the red cells and the parasites. Although the greater part of the total enzyme activity was due to the enzymes from the parasites, it was necessary to run control.

Abstract. Parasite biochemistry is a field growing in parallel with the new surge of interest in tropical diseases. Whereas previously parasitologists have been required to adopt biochemical methodology in order to stay abreast of developments, today we find a new phenomenon: biochemists abandoning their classical systems (E.

coli, red blood cells, etc.) to work on : Gerald M. Slutzky. The present state of knowledge of the biochemistry of Protozoa is primitive as compared with that of the knowledge of bacterial biochemistry. Protozoa might exhibit peculiar features, some of which are shared with certain bacteria or yeasts, whereas others are shared with higher plants.

Specialization is striking among parasites that have. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Von Brand, Theodor, Biochemistry of parasites.

New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Book: Biochemistry of Parasites. pp.x + pp. Abstract: The present volume is based, as the author indicates, on his Chemical Physiology of Endoparasitic Animals animals Subject Category: Organism NamesCited by: The study of parasitic organisms at the molecular level has yielded fascinating new insights of great medical, social, and economical importance, and has pointed the way for the treatment and prevention of the diseases they cause.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Parasites presents an up-to-date account of this modern scientific discipline in a manner that allows and encourages the reader. The mitochondrion, an organelle essential to parasite survival, is the target of a number of antimalarial antibiotics.

These antibiotics, while clinically useful, were formulated for use against bacterial infections but could be better focused to kill malaria parasites if more were known about the biochemistry of the parasite mitochondrion.

Parasitology by Dr. Michele M. Klingbeil. Parasites are still an important threat to our global health and economy, and represent an important branch of infectious diseases.

This note is designed to provide students of microbiology and biology with a basic understanding of classical and modern parasitology. Author (s): Dr. Michele M. Klingbeil. Purchase Biochemistry and Physiology of Protozoa - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Biochemistry of parasites. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Von Brand, Theodor, Biochemistry of parasites. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Theodor Von Brand.

Description: This book examines recent research into the molecular biology, genomics and transcriptomics of, and novel control strategies for, flatworm parasites. These include Cestodes (tapeworms) and Trematodes (flukes, schistosomes etc), which are the cause of a number of diseases of medical and veterinary importance.

The book consists of 6 chapters. The first, entitled The Common Feast deals with the different forms of parasitism, characters of the host, needs of the organisms and their capacities to synthesize. The chapter which follows is concerned with. The Malarial Parasites parasites Subject Category: Organism GroupsCited by: This book explores biochemical adaptation of helminths and protozoa and, in the authors' own words, is an attempt to "place what is known about the biochemistry of parasites in a biological context".

The authors are concerned with evolution, ecology, adaptation and with variation. Of the 6 chapters, the first 3 deal with the nature of parasite adaptation, energy metabolism in helminths and Cited by: biochemistry of parasitic helminths.

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Biochemistry of Parasitic Helminths. Authors (view affiliations) John Barrett; Textbook. Citations; 21 Downloads; Chapters Table of contents (7 chapters) About About this book; Table of contents. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-x. PDF. Introduction to Parasite Biochemistry.

John Barrett. Pages Biochemical Constituents. John. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Von Brand, Theodor, Biochemistry of parasites. New York, Academic Press, (DLC) (OCoLC)   Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of parasites.

Septem which have parasitology as a common resource in a setting that will allow and encourage the reader to place the biochemistry and molecular biology of these organisms in their biological context.

The format is of a multiauthor volume, in keeping with the many branches of science. The book is written for the undergraduate who has no previous experience of parasitology and little background in either biochemistry or physiology. It is not a long book, and students will have to consult some of the more detailed textbooks in parasitology and physiology to gain a full understanding of the topics considered here.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Parasites presents an up-to-date account of this modern scientific discipline in a manner that allows and encourages the reader to place the biochemistry and molecular biology of these organisms in their biological context.

The course offers an introduction to parasites in general, pathophysiology and tropical parasitic diseases such as malaria, trypanosomiasis, filariasis, schistosomiasis and gastrointestinal worm infestations.

It also offers the understanding in the biochemistry of the causative agent in parasitic diseases with emphasis on host-parasite interrelationships. The book is written for the undergraduate who has no previous experience of parasitology and little background in either biochemistry or physiology.

It is not a long book, and students will have to consult some of the more detailed textbooks in parasitology and physiology to gain a full understanding of the topics considered : Paperback.

A comparative approach to the biochemistry of animals or a group of animals, such as will be taken in this book, will tend to emphasise the differences between animals, rather than dwell on the similarities.

Barrett J. () Introduction to Parasite Biochemistry. In: Biochemistry of Parasitic Helminths. Palgrave, London. DOI https://doi Cited by: 2. Parasites that cause harm to the host are pathogenic parasites while those that benefit from the host without causing it any harm are known as commensals.

In this section, we shall investigate a variety of parasites of medical importance ranging in size from protozoans such as the amebae and trypanosomes to multicellular worms and flukes. The journal provides a medium for rapid publication of investigations of the molecular biology and biochemistry of parasitic protozoa and helminths and their interactions with both the definitive and intermediate host.

The main subject areas covered are: • the structure, biosynthesis, degradation, properties and function of DNA, RNA, proteins. Get this from a library.

Biochemistry and molecular biology of parasites. [J Joseph Marr; Miklós Müller;] -- The study of parasitic organisms at the molecular level has yielded fascinating new insights of great medical, social, and economical importance, and has pointed the way for the treatment and. In this excellent new book, the author presents a stimulating and informative account of the biochemistry of parasitic helminths.

His emphasis is on the important aspect of metabolic regulation, a relatively new concept, particularly with regard to parasites; mechanisms of metabolic control both at the cellular and development level are by:.

Get this from a library! Biochemical adaptation in parasites. [Christopher Bryant; Carolyn A Behm; Michael J Howell, Dr.] -- This book attempts to place what is known about the biochemistry of parasites in a biological context covering evolution, ecology, adaptation and variation.

In addition there is a chapter on parasite.Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Parasites Joseph Marr, Miklos Muller The study of parasitic organisms at the molecular level has yielded fascinating new insights of great medical, social, and economical importance, and has pointed the way for the treatment and prevention of .Momen H.

Biochemistry of intraerythrocytic parasites. I. Identification of enzymes of parasite origin by starch-gel electrophoresis. Ann Trop Med Parasitol. Apr; 73 (2)– Momen H. Biochemistry of intraerythrocytic parasites.

II. Comparative studies in carbohydrate metabolism. Ann Trop Med Parasitol. Apr; 73 (2)–Cited by: